Bachelors in Pharmacy (B.Pharm)
The health care sector has witnessed rapid growth in recent years in drug interactions, patient counselling and professional information exchange with physicians, nurses and other paramedics. The professionals are required to acquire an in-depth knowledge of formulation, storage and analysis of various pharmaceutical dosage forms including herbal medicines required for both production and research.
Pharmacy professionals are required to learn and acquire adequate knowledge and skills to practice the profession of the pharmacy including exhaustive knowledge of synthesis and assay of medicinal agents and mode of action. They are also required to interact with the physicians, paramedics, community and market the medical agents for diagnosis, prevention and therapeutic purpose.
Hence, the opportunities are immense for pharmacy professionals to join multinational drug companies, research units, hospitals or even become self employed by starting a pharmacy outlet. Hospital Training After having appeared in the final exam of 2nd year the candidate must undergo 500 hours of practical training in Govt. Hospital / Dispensary / Pharmacy recognized by Pharmacy council of India, New Delhi.
- Clinical Research Associate
- R&D Scientist
- Quality Control Associate
- Formulation Development (F&D) Associate
- Drug Inspector
- Scientific Writer
- Community Pharmacist
10+2 with 50% marks under science stream (PCM/PCB/PCMB)